Believe it or not...Yes! This one will not produce as much snow for most areas as the last system, but northern and western parts of the Upstate of South Carolina such as Walhalla, Clemson, and Landrum will probably get 1/2 inch to an inch. Areas south of there from Anderson to Gaffney along I-85 will probably see a snow, sleet, and rain mix with some slushy 1/2 inch acccumulation possible. South and east of there you may see some mix, but little accumulation if any is expected.
I have included a snow map (sorry for the poor quality). The green area gets all rain. Pink means a mix with mainly rain and no accumulation. Blue means rain and then snow with 1/2 to 2 inches of accumulation. Cyan menas snow with 2-5 inches of accumulation. The sweet spot in the South this time will likely be southern NC mountains.
Again, the mountains of North Carolina and northeast Georgia will see more from this storm with 3-6 inches of snow likely there. Even Atlanta over to Athens should get 1-2 inches from this one. This is pretty amazing after the snow that fell Friday night (anywhere from 2-8 inches in parts of the Carolinas!). This is more of a mountain and Georgia snow this time. Temperatures will alsobe a little warmer with this one and mixing will limit accumulations. Enjoy this one because it should warm up slightly the rest of the week before our next shot at precipitation next week (looks like mainly rain outside of the mountains at least).